Have lived around this Park for months - - it is hauntingly, achingly beautiful. Roads to reach here are impossible, independent travel extremely difficult, but it is worth it! Mountain Gorillas can be seen with a Pass ($350. in April/May - discounted from $500) - from 3 sides of the park. Buhoma (north) has 3 groups and you stay AT the park. Rubuguli has lodging on the south end (much better than coming from far-off Kisoro), and there is gorgeous scenery everywhere... the east side is the most remote, but most amazing. Ruhija is a small mountain village with several lodges at the top overlooking layers and layers of the mountains of Bwindi Park. Staggeringly enchanting. Worth the effort!
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